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About chumley12

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  1. Graham it is. Thanks. We'll see about the next ones. Is there some theory about how many studs you would need to assure yourself of making the playoffs or even the big one. There are so many factors involved it would be pretty hard to do, but as a starting point I am wondering...........
  2. Yeah, that is would I would do except for the TE scoring: 0.2 pts/yd and 1.5 pts per reception. I am on So, that is where I am torn between RB, TE or QB, I looked at the scoring for last year. Rules the same and the TE outscored everyone including the QB. WR even put up more points than RBs all according to our scoring system last and it will be the same this year except for the PK and DEF added as flex players. Some of the owners wanted that because things get a little thin toward the end of the regular season. I didn't go so far as to add QBs though. Thank for your input. I wil certainly look into it.
  3. I am in a 16 team re-draft PPR league with the following: 9 players - 1 QB, 2 RB, 2 WR, 1 TE, 1 Flex RB, WR, TE, PK, DEF), 1 PK, 1 DEF. Scoring is PPR with TE getting 0.2 pts/yd and 1.5 pts/reception vs 0.1 and 1 for RB and WR. I am picking 2nd in a serpentine draft and wonder what would be the best strategy since my next pick is 31th! Most people (wimps all) use the auto-draft so what can I do to get some studs? Thanks